Industry News | December 14, 2010

Genghis Grill Conquers Four New Locations

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Genghis Grill will open four new locations in Moore, Oklahoma; Sandy Springs, Georgia; Murfreesboro, Tennessee; and Texarkana, Texas. The new locations will offer residents a chance to "build your own bowl" from over 70 fresh ingredients.

The Moore, Oklahoma, site opened Sunday and is located off of Frontage Rd.on Highway I-35 and 19th, near the JCPenney and Best Buy.

The Sandy Springs-Perimeter site in Georgia opened Monday and is located at the intersection of Perimeter Center West and Central Park Way, next to the REI building. Two more Genghis Grill locations are set to khanquer around the Atlanta area in the Alpharetta and Buckhead communities.

The Murfreesboro, Tennessee, site will be located off Medical Center Parkway at The Avenue of Murfreesboro, a premier shopping and eatery destination in the area. Two more locations are set to khanquer in Knoxvilleand Germantown communities. The Murfreesboro site will open next week.

The Texarkana, Texas, site will be located at the intersection of Richmond Rd.and Saint Michael Dr. by the Sam's Club, off of Highway I-30. The Texarkana site will open next week.

Genghis Grill, the largest Mongolian Grill in the US, is known for its fresh, hot, and healthy food, and for its style of fun service. It offers a Heart Healthy dining option along with an array of recipes to choose from Khan’s Kitchen (food bar) where one can "build your own bowl" from 14 proteins, 12 seasonings, 30 veggies, 15 sauces, and six starches.

Genghis Grill has been ranked No. 2 on the Fast Casual Top 100 Movers and Shakers and ranked No. 6 on the Future 50 list by Restaurant Business magazine.

By the end of 2010, the company will have a total of 59 locations. Expansion has been a company focus for years and you can now find Genghis Grill in 16 states. Sixty more locations are in future plans to khantinue khanquering throughout the United States.